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How Hemp Biomass Saves the Environment

“You may not know this but based in fact the truth is that hemp biomass saves the environment and the future of our planet.”

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  • Restores to Save
  • Fabric, Canvas and Rope
  • Renewable Energy Source
  • All Points of View

Hemp biomass, though illegal for many years has come of age for this generation and many more generations in the future that looked bleak before.  There is no waste but all kinds of uses for all different purposes including biofuel, canvases for the shipping industry and fabric in the form of clothes and paper for the office. Yes, that is right, hemp biomass saves the environment, and it is right at our fingertips.

Hemp Biomass Saves the Environment – Restores to Save

Hemp biomass is a benefactor to the environment in more ways than you may know, and this is good news because the environment and our plantet is on everyone’s mind today. But your question may be, how is it that one plant and have such a phenomenal affect on the earth and the environment.  Well, let’s discuss that.

Hemp First Restores

When you understand what hemp biomass is, exactly you will understand why it is the saviour of the environment. The hemp plant has a big part to restore the environment which includes the atmosphere and the soil where it grows. If you have lived on a farm, you know that it is recommended for the farmers to rotate their crops so that the soil does not become depleted.  When farmers plant hemp to grow in the ground for 7- 8 months till harvest time, the soil has more nutrients than before the growing season.

Hemp biomass is what is not used to extract CBD or other cannabinoids and even terpenes. There is absolutely no waste in the hemp plant because anything that is left in the field after harvest feeds the soil with nutrients.

Then Hemp Saves

The hemp plant, the hemp leaves and stalk and the hemp flower all have a use and the use is to the advantage of our planet. The hemp flower is where all the hemp extracts come from and perhaps some of the top leaves. Hemp seeds are also useful even though they do not have any CBD in it. Other products made from the hemp seeds is hemp oil. Both the seeds and the hemp oil are very good for you and healthy but they neither ono have CBD.

Hemp Biomass Saves the Environment – Fabric, Canvas and Rope

The hemp biomass has uses in every part of our lives which includes paper, building supplies, fabric, canvas, rope and biofuel. Then never discount the ability of manufacturers to find yet another use for it as time passes.  All of these things from clothing, to building supplies like hempcrete and materials for the shipping industry like canvas for ship sails, etc and for rope and there is a reason for that.  Hemp canvas and rope is salt-water resistant so that is why the sailors prefer it to other materials.


Hemp is used to make all types of clothing, curtains, shoes and many different options are available. Since hemp is anti-bacterial, it is the perfect clothing to wear if suffering from a wound that will not heal. Hemp fabric never wears out so your worn-out clothing will not be landing in a landfill somewhere.  And hemp clothing better protects from the UV rays of the sun.

Paper and Paper Goods

Hemp biomass includes the sugar leaves and sometimes the stalks and larger leaves which will go through a milling process first. Then it can be manufactured into a variety of paper goods which is much better for the environment than the wait for a forest of trees to mature. Hemp also grows much faster than trees and paper can be manufactured from it.

Hemp Biomass Saves the Environment – Renewable Energy Source

Biofuel is made up of two words – bio and fuel meaning that it is fuel by natural material. Hemp is a fast-growing plant making it a renewable source of energy as well. So, let’s look at terminology again. Renewable means that it is renewed or regenerated by the sun through photosynthesis.  When hemp converts to a renewable energy, that is one amazing feat and win for hemp biomass. 


Hemp biomass is valuable in this category of renewable energy because the hemp stems are high in cellulose or hemp oil.  The hemp cellulose and fibers are set to fill the demand for products derived from wood.  Hemp biomass saves the environment because of the biogas production using hemp and there is a high probability it could compete with maize in colder climates.

Research is Ongoing

In the past oil from hemp seeds was utilized for old-fashion lamps and to make paints and varnishes. So many industries are plugging into the hemp biomass uses so extraordinary strides are happening to preserve our planet.  Researchers are moving towards the use of hemp as a fuel for homes and to propel vehicles. We know that that hemp is extremely beneficial but exactly how to apply all the uses of hemp takes considerable research. But the global push to get to sustainable energy sources has fueled this research to pick up the pace and find out how to put it to use.

All Points of View

Hemp biomass saves so much for so many people and for future generations.  From how it restores the nutrients to the soil to having a short growing season making hemp viable for all types of rope, fiber and building construction material. The reason is that compared to the length of time it takes to grow a tree for paper, to hemp that grows in 7-8 months for making paper, the choice is clear.  Hemp fabric across the board lasts longer than other comparable materials so in the long run, it is cheaper.



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Sharon has been writing her heart out since she was 10 years of age when she wrote up a story about a 3,000 acre forest fire she and her family witnessed. In 1995 when she found herself divorced with a 3-year-old daughter, Ruth, she decided to try writing for money. You can read more of Sharon's writings at the Contena site and view her daughter, Ruth and husband, Steve doing DIY projects at the YouTube address. She carved a niche in the Continuing Education market and for the next 20 plus years she wrote courses for C.E. providers all over the United States. Blogging is now her new love. Particularly suited to writing about CBD because for two years she was crippled with osteoarthritis in her ankles and feet until someone introduced her to CBD. Today she walks and bikes because of this natural compound of CBD.

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